Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Faith in Oneself Quotes

Whether exploring new terrains, running races or worshipping God,faith in others,faith in oneself and faith in God is essential.

Life is full of such challenges and it is faith which fuels all our endeavours to tackle them. It is this dynamo which drives our actions. Energised by faith, any task - material or spiritual - will be accomplished.
Sadhu Amrutvijaydas

Keep your dreams alive. Understand to achieve anything requires faith and belief in yourself, vision, hard work, determination, and dedication. Remember all things are possible for those who believe.
Gail Devers, American Athelete

Faith can move mountains. Faith can work wonders. Faith heals and creates. Faith is the searchlight for finding God. Faith makes the weak strong and the timid brave. Faith makes the impossible possible. Faith can give you peace, inner spiritual strength, joy, freedom, immortality and bliss.
Swami Sivananda Saraswati

A little faith will bring your soul to heaven, but a lot of faith will bring heaven to your soul. '
Martin Luther King, Jr.

Faith, prayer, mythology gods and goddesses are all ways to keep going beyond your sense of the individual self - they enable you to break out of the prison of individuality, the prison of the mind, and allow something much deeper inside you to connect to something far more expansive. More expansive emotionally, more expansive instinctually , more expansive spiritually, and more expansive creatively.
Shekhar Kapur

Faith in oneself... is the best and safest course.
Jean Paul Richter

Because faith is one of the most powerful forces in existence. There are many levels to faith, but the first basic level is having faith in oneself. So many young people today lack this faith. They are told by others and society in general that if they don't look or act a certain way they won't be accepted. It's this same lack of faith that leads them to make poor choices, and it's the choices we make that determines whether we are powerful or powerless in life.
Faith Force

Pulitzer prize-winning American journalist Norman Cousins displayed such disciplined confidence in his ability to defy the deadliness of a disease by a programme of abstention and a conscious campaign to live in harmony with himself. Given by doctors just six months of life, he lived for 20 years to tell the tale and analyze the modern Americans' pathetic reliance on drugs as cures. The real basis of cure is faith, in oneself, in divine power and in fellow humans like one's doctor.
V.N.Narayanan